Category Archives: Identity Politics

Shaun King, Linda Sarsour, Others Try To Hammer Trump On Immigration But Hit Obama Instead

Shaun King, Linda Sarsour and other liberals thought they were criticizing the Trump administration on Sunday when they tweeted a picture of immigrant minors sleeping in a caged enclosure, but it turned out they were inadvertently tweeting a photo that occurred during the Obama administration instead.

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Identity Politics and the End of Meaning

It has been more than a year since Madonna proclaimed at the Women’s March in Washington, D.C. that: “Yes, I have thought an awful lot about blowing up the White House. But I know that won’t change anything.” Her rant that day may not have changed anything, but it certainly spread like wildfire on the national news networks as the opening shot of women’s all-out war on Trump.

But what is this war really about?

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Alberta’s status of women minister slams UCP member for criticizing women’s marches

A minister in Alberta’s NDP government has chastised a tweet by the Opposition’s communications chair that slammed women’s marches held over the weekend.

Status of Women Minister Stephanie McLean was responding to a Twitter post on Saturday from Sonia Kont of the United Conservative Party, who stated that “ideological marches like the one in Washington” do not empower women.

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Jagmeet Singh plays the race card

Thanks to the CBC’s Terry Milewski, we now know federal NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh doesn’t think it’s his job to denounce Canadian Sikhs who glorify suspected Air India bomber, and fellow Sikh, Talwinder Singh Parmar.

Why we know this — with Singh absurdly accusing Milewski of racism for asking him the question — is a case study in Canadian political correctness run amok.

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Tomi Lahren Takes on Michelle Obama’s Criticism of Female Trump Voters

‘You’re dang right I voted against Hillary Clinton.’

What do you think of this woman? Tomi is certainly attractive and has strong message although her delivery style puts me off a bit. She’s billed as one of the up-and-coming female Conservative commentators but is pro-choice. Thoughts?

P. S. I may be biased because no one will ever compare to Marissa from The Rebel.

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